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Seabrook Church of England Primary School

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School Values

Our school values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.

Seabrook Primary School is a church school with six core Christian values embedded within our ethos:

 

Hope, Peace, Respect, Love, Perseverance and Forgiveness

 

Each term we concentrate on each of the values:

 

Term 1 – Respect

Term 2 – Peace

Term 3 – Forgiveness

Term 4 – Hope

Term 5 – Perseverance

Term 6 – Love

 

Respect

The value of “Respect” is represented by the parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10, verses 25-37) in which Jesus taught us to love and respect everybody no matter who they are.

 

Peace

The value of “Peace” is represented in the picture by the story of Noah’s Ark (Genesis 6 and 8) in which God promised he would never flood the world again and put a rainbow in the sky as a sign of peace. God wants us to be at peace with each other in return.

 

Forgiveness

The value of “Forgiveness” is represented in the picture by the parable of the Prodigal Son. It shows that because God loves us, He forgives us even when we turn our backs on Him. God wants us to forgive others too.

 

Hope

The value of “Hope” is represented by the resurrection of Jesus. When Jesus rose from the dead he gave us hope. When we do wrong things Jesus forgives us because He died for our sins and paid the price for us.

 

Perseverance

The value of perseverance is represented by the story of how Jesus healed the paralysed man. The paralysed man had friends who did not give up on him. They kept going even when it seemed impossible. Because they had faith and persevered Jesus healed their friend.

 

Love

The value of “Love” is represented by the parable of the Lost Sheep in which God demonstrated his love for every single one of us. Nobody is less important than another in God’s eyes.

 

Throughout the school year each class will focus on one of the values and lead a Collective Worship.

 

 

Peace Poem 

Peace is like a calm ocean that sways back and forth

Peace is like a white dove

Peace is like a world of happiness

Peace is like a time of reflection

Peace is like a world of people that agree

Peace is like a Christian heart

 

 

 

New School Christian Value – added

Perseverance
During the school year 2014/2015 our School Council looked at the School’s Christian Values of:
Forgiveness Peace Love Hope Respect
These values are underpinned by stories from the Bible and the children are encouraged to follow these values in their everyday life.
The School Council decided to survey the children about these values.
The feedback from the survey highlighted that the children always do their best and never give up and this was exactly what good learning was about.
The School Council reflected on these views and decided to introduce a new value, our sixth of Perseverance.

 

1. Try

2. Try again

3. Try once more

4. Try it a little differently

5. Try it again tomorrow

6. Try and ask for help

7. Try to find someone who’s done it

8. Try to determine what is not working

9. Try to determine what is working

10. Just keep trying

 

Each class has their own area of reflection and Christian Distinctiveness

 

Christian Distinctiveness

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